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The Resource China, New Zealand, and the Complexities of Globalization : Asymmetry, Complementarity, and Competition, (electronic book)

China, New Zealand, and the Complexities of Globalization : Asymmetry, Complementarity, and Competition, (electronic book)

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China, New Zealand, and the Complexities of Globalization : Asymmetry, Complementarity, and Competition
Title
China, New Zealand, and the Complexities of Globalization
Title remainder
Asymmetry, Complementarity, and Competition
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Beal, Tim
Dewey number
330
Index
no index present
LC call number
HB71-74
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Kang, Yuanfei
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  • International economic relations
  • Asia
  • Economics
  • Asian Economics
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China, New Zealand, and the Complexities of Globalization : Asymmetry, Complementarity, and Competition, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Internationalizing the RMB
Contents
  • List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: China's Economic Growth and Its Influence on New Zealand; Introduction: Asymmetry of the Two Economies; Development of the Bilateral Relationship; The Historical Background of the Bilateral Relations; A Rapid Development of Bilateral Relationship Since the Turn of the New Century; New Zealand-China FTA and New Zealand's Participation of AIIB; Long-Term Sustainability of China's Economy Growth; The Successful Story of the Chinese Economic Growth; Latercomer Advantage for Developing Countries; Driving Factors for China's Long-Term Growth
  • Challenges for China's Long-Term GrowthThe Chinese Economy and Its Influence on New Zealand; Previous Major Shifts in New Zealand's Foreign Economic Relations; Indirect Influence of the Chinese Economy; Conclusions; Notes; Chapter 2: The Historical Legacy-Themes and Issues; The China Trade and the European Settlement of New Zealand; People-Evangelists, Traders, Sojourners and Citizens; The Early Trade Between New Zealand and China; Notes; References; Chapter 3: Trade with the People's Republic of China-The Early Years; Greater China and Its Constituents; The Slow Start-The Three Constraints
  • The Pioneers-Howell and PercivalThe Gathering Surge-The Statistics of New Zealand's Early Trade with the PRC; Exports; Imports; Notes; Chapter 4: The Flowering of the Relationship; The Political Framework: World Trade Organization (WTO), the Four Firsts and the New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA); The Composition of the Merchandise Trade; Exports; Imports; Comparison with India; The Services Engagement; Concluding Remarks; Notes; References; Chapter 5: Bilateral FDI Relations Between China and New Zealand: General Trends, Driving Forces and Perceptions; Introduction
  • FDI from New Zealand to ChinaTrends and Features of Chinese FDI in New Zealand; Overview of Chinese FDI Flows to New Zealand; Features of Chinese Investment in New Zealand; Rationale and Drivers of Chinese FDI in New Zealand; Gaining Reliable Access to Resources of High-Quality Soft Commodities; Attraction of New Zealand in Its Stable Political and Economic Environment; Benefiting from Close Bilateral Political and Economic Relations; Gaining International Competitiveness Through Operating in New Zealand as a Developed Country Setting
  • Concerns and Anxiety of the New Zealand Media and Public Towards Chinese FDIConcerns Regarding Losing Control Over Major Natural Resources and Iconic New Zealand Brands; SOE Involvement and Non-Commercial Goals; Vertical Integration of Investing Chinese Companies; Conclusions; Notes; Chapter 6: The Development of the Agrifood Market in China: Opportunities and Challenges; Political Analysis; Administrative Structure; Political Leadership; Agriculture Policy at the Regional and National Levels; Economic Analysis; China's Economic Growth and Agriculture; China's Banking Systems
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (300 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137516909
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • SPR967109923
  • ocn967109923
Label
China, New Zealand, and the Complexities of Globalization : Asymmetry, Complementarity, and Competition, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Internationalizing the RMB
Contents
  • List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: China's Economic Growth and Its Influence on New Zealand; Introduction: Asymmetry of the Two Economies; Development of the Bilateral Relationship; The Historical Background of the Bilateral Relations; A Rapid Development of Bilateral Relationship Since the Turn of the New Century; New Zealand-China FTA and New Zealand's Participation of AIIB; Long-Term Sustainability of China's Economy Growth; The Successful Story of the Chinese Economic Growth; Latercomer Advantage for Developing Countries; Driving Factors for China's Long-Term Growth
  • Challenges for China's Long-Term GrowthThe Chinese Economy and Its Influence on New Zealand; Previous Major Shifts in New Zealand's Foreign Economic Relations; Indirect Influence of the Chinese Economy; Conclusions; Notes; Chapter 2: The Historical Legacy-Themes and Issues; The China Trade and the European Settlement of New Zealand; People-Evangelists, Traders, Sojourners and Citizens; The Early Trade Between New Zealand and China; Notes; References; Chapter 3: Trade with the People's Republic of China-The Early Years; Greater China and Its Constituents; The Slow Start-The Three Constraints
  • The Pioneers-Howell and PercivalThe Gathering Surge-The Statistics of New Zealand's Early Trade with the PRC; Exports; Imports; Notes; Chapter 4: The Flowering of the Relationship; The Political Framework: World Trade Organization (WTO), the Four Firsts and the New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA); The Composition of the Merchandise Trade; Exports; Imports; Comparison with India; The Services Engagement; Concluding Remarks; Notes; References; Chapter 5: Bilateral FDI Relations Between China and New Zealand: General Trends, Driving Forces and Perceptions; Introduction
  • FDI from New Zealand to ChinaTrends and Features of Chinese FDI in New Zealand; Overview of Chinese FDI Flows to New Zealand; Features of Chinese Investment in New Zealand; Rationale and Drivers of Chinese FDI in New Zealand; Gaining Reliable Access to Resources of High-Quality Soft Commodities; Attraction of New Zealand in Its Stable Political and Economic Environment; Benefiting from Close Bilateral Political and Economic Relations; Gaining International Competitiveness Through Operating in New Zealand as a Developed Country Setting
  • Concerns and Anxiety of the New Zealand Media and Public Towards Chinese FDIConcerns Regarding Losing Control Over Major Natural Resources and Iconic New Zealand Brands; SOE Involvement and Non-Commercial Goals; Vertical Integration of Investing Chinese Companies; Conclusions; Notes; Chapter 6: The Development of the Agrifood Market in China: Opportunities and Challenges; Political Analysis; Administrative Structure; Political Leadership; Agriculture Policy at the Regional and National Levels; Economic Analysis; China's Economic Growth and Agriculture; China's Banking Systems
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (300 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137516909
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • SPR967109923
  • ocn967109923

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